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as in the cold war definition of 'Red'. I doubt anyone is using 'red mercury' in this manner, but it's a possible interpretation.

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Prediction of Violent Mechanochemical Processes
Pressure measurements in chemically reacting powder mixtures
pressure processes which are descriptive of "ballotechnic" reactions, i.e. shock- induced reactions in heterogeneous ma- terial mixtures.
Shock-induced inorganic reactions and condensed phase detonations
ballotechnic” weapons, possibly pure fusion weapons.
Shock-induced reaction in a flake nickel + spherical aluminum
mixture theory,20 and the Ballotechnic model21 for the limits of complete reaction .

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Curious Case of Red Mercury
“The new material is known as a 'ballotechnic' explosive, even though it does not actually explode in the conventional sense of the word. It was developed in Russia and became popularly known as 'red mercury.

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Ballotechnics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In chemistry, ballotechnics are a class of materials that undergo a chemical reaction when quickly subjected to extreme pressures.
Induced gamma emission - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
as being either a ballotechnic or IGE material.
What is Ballotechnics?
Brief and Straightforward Guide: What is Ballotechnics?
Sciencemadness - Ballotechnics
What Is Red Mercury?
A Ballotechnic Mercury Compound Presumably red in color.

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